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Turf Establishment

Soil Stabilization and Erosion Control

Hydraulic Mulch

Profile High Performance Wood Mulch contains 100% recycled wood fibers that deliver up to 50% more water-holding capacity and germination than most atmospherically refined mulches. Wood with Tackifier increases the binding capabilies with a three-dimensional blend of polymers which enhance the chemical bond within the mulch matrix for better erosion control, dispersing quickly in water, allowing for better blending with seed and fertilizer. The Cellulose hydraulic mulch is made with 100% grade-A recycled paper and mixes in water at an accelerated rate, staying in suspension for more uniform consistency.

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Grass Seed

Texas Erosion Supply offers custom blended grass mixtures for erosion control to meet requirements for rural, urban and TXDOT projects. Note that grass seed is seasonal and therefore must be ordered in advance. Give us a call to find out details.

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Fertilizers improve the water holding capacity of plants and increase their root growth establishing healthy, thriving, stress tolerant plants. Granular fertilizer is a blend of Nitrogen (N), Phosphate (P) and Potassium (K). Nitrogen produces the healthy green foliage, the phosphate helps in establishing a strong root system and the potassium strengthen the stalks for a stress free plant.

Before using the Fertilizer Rate Calaculator below, here is what you need to know:

1. Total square footage of the area to be fertilized

2. What rate of Nitrogen to apply (for grass seeds, a rate 1 lb per 1,000 sq ft.
Using the first number in the formula from the bag of fertilizer you are using (ex. 15-5-10), in this instance, use the Nitrogen (N) rate of 15. From there, you will be able to calculate the number of pounds of fertilizer per 1,000 sq ft and then the total number of pounds needed for the job.

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